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Re: [textualcriticism] codex Montfortianus, MS 61

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  • Wieland Willker
    Additionally to what s been said on Bob Waltz page, one could add that MS 61 supports the Caesarean reading in Mk 8:26 hUPAGE EIS TON OIKON SOU KAI EAN
    Message 1 of 3 , Nov 11, 2004
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      Additionally to what's been said on Bob Waltz' page, one could add that
      MS 61 supports the "Caesarean" reading in Mk 8:26

      hUPAGE EIS TON OIKON SOU KAI EAN EISELQHS EIS THN KWMHN MHDENI MHDE
      EIPHS EN TH KWMH

      together with
      Theta, Phi, f13, 28, 565, 1071, 2542, 2680, pc(30), Lat, (Sy-Hmg)
      According to Text&Textwert MS 56 simply reads Byz in this passage.
      Gregory thinks that 56 and 61 are "relatives".
      Otherwise nothing thrilling in the Gospels (according to Text&Textwert
      MS 61 is about 90% Byz in the Synoptic Gospels).

      Gregory mentions that the MS belonged to Francis Roy first and Gregory
      thinks it is possible that he also wrote it. Compare also Rendel Harris
      "The origin of the Leicester codex of the NT", London 1887.

      Best wishes
      Wieland
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